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Follow the non-adventures of Mizzle, the runt of a litter of superhero cats. While she’s not quite cut out for the celebrity lifestyle her sisters enjoy, she’s going to do things her own way. 49 more words

1000 Drawings

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“A man with no memory is a man with no foresight.”
Catton, Eleanor. The Luminaries (Man Booker Prize) (p. 260). Little, Brown and Company.

TODAY FROM AMERICA: 2,619 more words


NatGeo Highlights: April and May 2016

It’s been a while, but I’m back with my quick thoughts on National Geographic Magazine for the past two months. April’s issue introduced “The Photo Ark” and May’s issue was a special issue focused entirely on Yellowstone National Park, our nation’s oldest National Park. 514 more words

NatGeo Highlights

What is this, do you suppose?

So, yes, that’s the question. What is this, do you suppose?

Now, there could be a few answers to that question.

But I’m talking about the long, stringy, green plant-like thingy in the forefront of the picture. 67 more words

Professor VJ Duke

Causing Trouble is Fun

“I’m so mean. And dirty. Very dirty. Filthy, even.”

“You always say that; I don’t believe it.”

“Why not?”

“Prove it.”


Nick Warren paused for one to three moments, leaned forward a bit, then said, in a low voice I’m sure the big rotten wolf adopts to scare the little piggies, “See that table over there? 625 more words

The Professor

Anxiety Sucks.

It is a truth, universally acknowledged that anxiety sucks balls. Or, it’s not. But it should be. Because it does.

Anxiety is different for everyone. There are different triggers, different symptoms, different solutions. 374 more words


Trenz Pruca and the return of the Naked Mole Rat.

I have mentioned that my friend Trenz Pruca, who provides me with his many observations some of which I pass on to you, was a six-foot-three-inch white rat. 280 more words